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A Pair Of Beauties From Buxton Brewery

Buxton’s last Double IPAs of 2019 come as a pair that use the same malt bill but different hops. I’m sure one could Google which hops are used in each can but in all honesty I can’t be arsed. I’d … Continue reading

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Barnaby’s Brewhouse: Top Beer From The South West

Barnaby’s was brought to my attention by a friend who lives in Devon. He’d found some in a local shop and really enjoyed it, and when I saw some of the recipes and found out a little about how the … Continue reading

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Northern Monk Dancing In The Mooblight (8.2%)

Brewed in collaboration with Wylam, Dancing In The Mooblight is a Double Dry Hopped Double IPA that does all the sexy things in all the sexy ways. Being a middle aged man who likes to try and stay reasonably fit, … Continue reading

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Vibrant Forest Brewery Misty Woods (6%)

Brewed in collaboration with Clapton Craft, this is an, “Autumn Haze IPA,” and I have to admit that it does feel kind of Autumnal. It’s something to do with the brown crunchy leaves and woody tobacco of the hops I … Continue reading

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Siren Craft Brew Feed The Fire (7.4%)

This, a collaboration with Collective Arts, is a straight ahead West Coast IPA and my first try of Siren in a can.
It’s a great big fruity thing, a beer that’s crisp and clean and packed with melon and peach, lemon, … Continue reading

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